The Church has a long history of supporting the arts. During the middle ages in Europe, the church was responsible for the education and formation of the people. During a time when the majority of the people lived with the ever looming threat of starvation, the church provided a home and a livelihood for young people… Continue reading Book Clubs: A Christian Tradition
One of my favorite hobbies is reading. I believe that good writers are also voracious readers. Here is a list of the books that I read in December. If I wrote a review, I included a link. Poetry I Have Not Decided If You Can Drown On a Plane by AK Hutzler (Check out… Continue reading Books I Read in December 2018: Links, Reviews, and Year End Totals!
Title: I Have Note Decided If You Can Drown On A Plane Author: AK Hutzler Genre: Poetry/ Chapbook Length: 26 Pages Available on Amazon and for free on Kindle Unlimited! I stumbled across Hutzler’s work in the blogosphere and I was intrigued when I found out that she was a fellow Filipina. I was raised in… Continue reading Poetry Review & Poet Interview with AK Hutzler @calipollution
Hello, Fellow Book Lovers! I'm very excited to share with you my VERY FIRST public "To Be Read" (sometimes called a "TBR") List. I always enjoy seeing what other people are reading and I find out about many great books from my fellow readers. Before I started Book Blogging, I kept my TBR as a private… Continue reading December “To Be Read” List